The Making of a Bride

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The Making of a Bride

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An Allegorical Interpretation of the Song of Solomon

Known as the Song of Songs, this book is, perhaps, the most controversial love poem to be found in the Bible.  Many believe it too overtly sensual to be considered as Scripture.  Sometimes seeming almost erotic, it is anything but that.  Rather, it is an allegory, an unfolding of the heart of Jesus Christ--the heavenly bridegroom toward his beloved--the Church.

Written by King Solomon of Israel, this book offers an extended glimpse of the bliss that is to be enjoyed by those who are joined to the living Christ.  Scripture identifies the Church as the Bride of Christ, betrothed to Him and awaiting His return in glory.  Then, she will find the fulfillment of unending union with the King of kings and Lord of lords.  Then, she will know an ecstasy and delight beyond the boundaries of temporal experience and expression.

The Song of Solomon, far from being sensual and sordid, points to a time beyond time, while unveiling a life to be lived in fullness and holy love--now.  Here you will find an awareness of the love of Jesus that will carry you to the heights of joy.

In this study, Dr. Ronald Cottle has woven together an exacting interpretation of this amazingly penetrating look into the heart of God.  The passion and desire God has for the Beloved Bride of Christ shines through in a most intriguing way.

This is the first volume of an extended exposition of this biblical love poem.  It covers only the first four chapters of the text.  Yet, the reader will be drawn into an unveiling of the key to drawing close to God's heart.  Twelve stairsteps lead compellingly upward toward an amazing awareness of God's true desire for the Bride who is betrothed to His Son.

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